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When he shaved his signature mustache in 2001 — “on a whim,” he said — his viewership erupted in titillation.
Persistent titillation of competition may be pleasant for a time, but its final results may be injurious.
Throughout the ride there was a ludicrous titillation of insecurity; but it was greatest at the start and at the finish.
He felt, as it were, the titillation of forming fat which spread slowly all over his body.
Such frequent titillation of delicate nervous mechanisms plays sad havoc with general nervous control.
RELIGION AND HEALTHJAMES J. WALSH
Scaliger proposed to class titillation as a sixth, or separate, sense.
It may be added that, as might be expected, titillation of the skin often has the same significance in animals as in man.
Today, as always, men are willing to pay high for the titillation of the senses of smell and taste.
CREATIVE CHEMISTRYEDWIN E. SLOSSON
This was an emotion that he had not enjoyed for many years, and it was not without its titillation.
JACK AND THE CHECK BOOKJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
And it were a sin of obstinacy, high and horrible obstinacy, to resist the titillation of the famelic sense which is smell.
THE GENTLE READERSAMUEL MCCHORD CROTHERS

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